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Namaganda, E., Otsuki, K., & Steel, G. (2022). Learning from Africana critical theory: A historicized contextualization of the impacts of Mozambique’s natural gas projectThe Extractive Industries and Society, 101075.

Cezne, E., & Hönke, J. (2022). The multiple meanings and uses of South–South relations in extraction: The Brazilian mining company Vale in MozambiqueWorld Development151, 105756.

Otsuki, K., Steel, G. and Panquene, P. (2022) Exploring synergies between the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and involuntary resettlement guidelines: the case of Mozambique’s natural gas project. Sustainability Science forthcoming

Otsuki, K. (2021) Making justice the subject of resettlement planning.  Antipode 53(6): 1745-1766

Colua de Oliveira, E.R., Otsuki, K. and Mubai, M. E. (2021) Tackling challenges for co-management of natural resources: the community council in Limpopo National Park, MozambiqueDevelopment in Practice 31(5): 707-713

Otsuki, K. (2021) Involuntary resettlement projects as frontier of translocal sustainable development. In: Zoomers, A., Leung, M., Otsuki, K., van Westen, G. (eds.) Handbook of Translocal Development and Global Mobilities, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 145-158

Otsuki, K. (2019) Who is in the ‘public’? Infrastructure of displacement and urban  resettlement in MozambiqueBuilt Environment 44(4): 493-508

Cezne, E. (2019). Forging transnational ties from below: Challenging the Brazilian mining giant Vale SA across the South AtlanticThe Extractive Industries and Society6(4), 1174-1183.